A number of schools in and around the Pietermaritzburg area have felt the tremendous benefit of an Anderson Engineering waiting shelter which they delivered as part of their pledge to support and give back to the local community. The waiting shelter project, which commenced in 2010, has now delivered 6 waiting shelters to different schools, including Forest Hill, Woodlands Primary Schools, Alston Primary School, Eastwood Primary School, Tetelegu Primary and Eastwood Secondary School.

Initially designed and conceptualised to protect children from the weather while waiting for transport, these shelters are proving to be much more than just a waiting shelter, and offer the school and the learners a secure, sheltered space to add to the schools teaching and cultural infrastructure.

Anderson have also assisted the community in other ways over the years, including building customised aids for the elderly and giving their time and skills on Mandela Day to assist with improving infrastructure for local communities.

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